In a companion paper two stochastic models, useful for the initial behaviour of a parasitic infection, were introduced. Now we analyse the long term behaviour. First a law of large numbers is proved which allows us to analyse the deterministic analogues of the stochastic models. The behaviour of the deterministic models is analogous to the stochastic models in that again three basic reproduction ratios are necessary to fully describe the information needed to separate growth from extinction. The existence of stationary solutions is shown in the deterministic models, which can be used as a justification for simulation of quasi-equilibria in the stochastic models. Host-mortality is included in all models. The proofs involve martingale and coupling methods.